Very sad news. FYI, Dr. Spock was an American pediatrician who wrote, "Baby and Child Care". Leonard Nimoy's character was called Mr. Spock. You may wish to correct your blog post.
I enjoyed the episode. The zombie part could have been funny, but wasn't. I enjoy Sheldon and Penny's scenes together. They definitely have a brother-sister relationship, there's no possible way a romantic relationship between them would work. Now that Leonard Nimoy has passed, they're going to have to figure out a way to work that into an episode, because he has been mentioned so many times on this show.
Its not recent but I miss Lucas and Payton from One Tree Hill. I completely stopped watching because they were gone.
I really like that this season we have had other characters doing the narration instead of just from Meredith's perspective. I really like Amelia and this episode needed to centered around her and Dr Herman because they need us to sympathize and really be invested in both of them. Because I have a feeling that Derek will get a call from Callie and come in and take over Amelia's operation and or get credit for saving Dr.Herman's life.
I was wondering if they were going to re-air the Backdoor Plot CSI Episode. It looks like they will.
Thanks Jim. Look forward to the season. And Woah at what we getting with Emma. Emma and Hook will have challenges and when haven't they... but this one seems to be big esp considering what Emma will be battling. There is no way he would let her get dark.
Its a very "haunting" show from opening music to blood eagle to the amazing backgrounds to a mysterious man with bleeding hands that the women have been dreaming about. I anxiously await every episode! Hoping Lagertha survives & thrives.
I would rather her end up single than with Jack — ZERO chemistry. I like Ben.... I do think Daniel though was the way to go.
Liz doesn't have a clue. She is absolutely wrong about Red. Just for the record, as I continue to say, if it weren't for Red, Liz would be dead. Not once, not twice, alot. She claims he only helps her for his own selfish reasons, but he has disproved that on many occasions. You say he lies to her, well, she lies to him too. She is a lousy ungrateful character. If I was Red I wouldn't tell her anything either. He left her to Kill Tom, did she do it like she said she would, no. Yes, all the other characters are becoming more and more likeable except for her. Not a likeable character. Boo to you Liz.
I WISH that I could say I was cool enough to say I saw that coming but I was in shock that it was Frank who killed Lila. A friend of mine has been saying it since probably day 1 and I stood my ground and was convinced it was going to be Miss BonBon but Frank was surprisingly shocking, yet satisfying at the same time. It made sense. I honestly have no idea how we all didn't see this coming. Throughout the season Frank has shown time and time again that he is willing to push the envelope and do the shadiest things. Even if maybe we shouldn't have seen it coming that Sam was the one who made him do it, we all probably should have thought that Annalise did. That scene when we finally get to see him kill Lila was complete and utter perfection. The music that was playing, then the slow pan around of the camera from Lila to his face. It was INSANE. I will admit, halfway through the episode I convinced myself that I was going to be disappointed by the reveal, like I was with the Sam one. The writers are fantastic at giving us OMG moments almost every episode but when we learned Wes killed Sam after almost a whole season of waiting I yawned. THIS. MADE. UP. FOR. IT. (Am I the only one who was sorta hoping it would end up being Asher?! I want Asher to have something more exciting to do than just be the funny one, even though he does that job perfectly and is by far one of my favorite characters) I have been wondering recently what was going to be the mystery for next season. How were they going to sustain this phenomenon that HTGAWM has become? I definitely can say that I didn't think they were going to take care of that issue by killing off Rebecca. Rebecca has been someone that I have never known how exactly to feel about. Some weeks I loved her, some weeks I hated her. I never thought that she actually killed Lila though. This week was probably my favorite week of Rebecca all season. All the flashbacks to the night Lila was killed showed such a different, more vulnerable, side to her. I wish that they had done these flashbacks BEFORE tonight though because I really didn't care that she died. Even though I didn't care that she died I am excited to try to figure out who killed her. My money is on my beloved BonBon, again (yes one day I will be right about her being guilty). She was looking awfully guilty this episode with all these strange looks she kept delivering and I was thinking, well more like hoping, that it meant that she was Lila's killer and was worried that they were going to figure it out. However, maybe it was more of a hint of things to come. Bonnie was in love with Sam. Sam died basically as a result of being accused of Lila's murder. If Bonnie thought that Rebecca really was the one who killed Lila she might have blamed her for Sam's murder. Plus the fact that Wes killed Sam trying to save her. The Annalise and Nate situation is fascinating to watch. I wondered how Annalise was going to get Nate out of the situation she put him in. The beating at the prison, the fake story about him and Sam having a physical alteration the night he died. Annalise Keating is a genius. The Keating 5 (or well technically 4 because Asher doesn't know anything about it, despite the fact that he unknowingly has been dragged into it now by Bonnie, Frank and Annalise by using him to set up that judge and get her off Nate's case) are lucky to have Annalise helping them get away with murder. Too bad that pesky prosecutor doesn't seem to be buying her story. I will give it to this new lawyer, it is nice to see her trying to actually find the truth instead of just doing her job and trying to prove Nate is guilty. I am loving this new BA Laurel. Laurel was probably my least favorite character when HTGAWM started but each week she is proving more and more just how awesome she is. Her having Mikayla's ring this whole time and using it to keep her quiet was the icing on the cake. Speaking of Miss Mikayla, wow that bayou trash act that she pulled on Aiden's mom was FABULOUS! Too bad I wouldn't buy her as trash for even a minute. Oliver's storyline is so heartbreaking. I really believed him when he told Connor he was clean. Him having HIV completely caught me off guard. When he was crying I was thinking maybe it was another STD, something curable. I wanted to cry when he admitted the truth. I hope Connor really ends up being Oliver's rock and doesn't run away like he probably wants to. It's gonna be a long wait for season 2 and I really hope Viola Davis agreed to more than 15 episodes for the second season because I need more episodes next time.
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